Many landscapes need fire, but population expansion into wildland areas creates a tension between different interest groups, according to an announcement from Royal Holloway University of London in the U.K.
In a major volume published May 23, more than 70 researchers from across the globe show that a combination of factors, including invasive plants, landscape change, climate change, population growth, human health, economic, social and cultural attitudes that may be transnational,
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